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Vidya`s `Kahaani` still going strong

Vidya Balan`s ‘Kahaani’ seems to have a struck a chord with the audiences in a big way as the gripping thriller has entered its third week and is still proving to be a crowd puller. The film not only defies

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Review: ‘Agent Vinod’ – All style, no substance

The duo who share a symbiotic relationship when it comes to name, fame and reckoning in the industry is back. While Sriram Raghavan helped Saif Ali Khan develop a sauve macho character in ‘Ek Hasina Thi’, the actor relied on

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1391 Budget Plan Should be More in Favor of Higher Education, urges Afghan Parliament

Many Parliamentary members recommended reducing the budget allocated for the president office but rather increasing the budget allocated for higher education. Today’s plenary meeting discussed the draft of law on structure and authorization of judicial organ and the 1391 budget

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Japan, China and S Korea edge towards free-trade deal

Japan, China and South Korea have moved closer to signing a trilateral investment agreement that could pave the way for a free-trade deal. If signed it would be the first economic agreement that is backed by law between three of

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McDonald's boss Jim Skinner to retire in June

Shares in McDonald’s are down 0.5% after the company said its chief executive, Jim Skinner, was retiring. Chief operating officer Don Thompson will take over in June, becoming the first African-American to run McDonald’s. Mr Thompson has been at the

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McDonald’s boss Jim Skinner to retire in June

Shares in McDonald’s are down 0.5% after the company said its chief executive, Jim Skinner, was retiring. Chief operating officer Don Thompson will take over in June, becoming the first African-American to run McDonald’s. Mr Thompson has been at the

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Outrage over report that India lost $210bn in coal scam

There was outrage in India’s parliament after a draft report by government auditors estimated India lost $210bn by selling coalfields too cheaply. Opposition politicians accused the government of “looting the country” by selling coalfields to companies without competitive bidding. Private

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Obama names surprise World Bank candidate Jim Yong Kim

President Obama has nominated Korean-born US academic Jim Yong Kim to be the next president of the World Bank. The nomination of the Dartmouth College president and development expert is a surprise as he was not mentioned as a contender

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